The ratepayers name and correspondence address will only be shown for companies and other organisations. If the ratepayer is a person those fields will be blank as required by Data Protection rules.
The ratepayer is responsible for paying the rates but may not be the owner of the property. You can find out who owns property from the Land Registry. View Land Registry.
Our property reference number is also used by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) which values property for rating purposes on behalf of the government. You can find more information about the valuation of a property, including previous rateable values, by using the property reference number on the VOA website. Visit the VOA website.
We do not disclose account reference numbers as they are personal to the ratepayer and are used to confirm identity.
All Business Properties
This list includes all properties in the Malvern Hills District Council area that are subject to business rates. The data includes property reference and address, ratepayers name and correspondence address, date the ratepayer became liable, rateable value and description. This list also contains an indicator showing whether the property appears in any of the other lists.
|July 2021||spreadsheet All Business Properties Q1 2021 (300 KB)|
|October 2021||spreadsheet All Business Properties Q2 2021 (303 KB)|
This list includes all business properties that are empty. The data includes the date the property became empty and the exemption type (if applicable). Business rates are not charged for the first three months that a property is empty or the first six months if it is industrial. After that full rates are payable unless the property is exempt.
|July 2021||spreadsheet Empty Properties Q1 2021 (265 KB)|
|October 2021||spreadsheet Empty Properties Q2 2021 (267 KB)|
|January 2022||spreadsheet Empty Properties Q3 2022 (316 KB)|
|April 2022||spreadsheet Empty Properties Q4 2022 (301 KB)|
This list includes properties where the ratepayer is receiving mandatory or discretionary charitable rate relief or rural rate relief. The data includes the type of relief and the percentage awarded.
|July 2021||spreadsheet Charitable Relief Q1 2021 (263 KB)|
|October 2021||spreadsheet Charitable Relief Q2 2021 (279 KB)|
|January 2022||spreadsheet Charitable Relief Q3 2022 (298 KB)|
|April 2022||spreadsheet Charitable Relief Q4 2022 (287 KB)|
Small Business Rate Relief
This list includes all properties where the ratepayer receives small business rate relief. The data includes the amount of relief awarded.
|July 2021||spreadsheet Small Business Rate Relief Q1 2021 (254 KB)|
|October 2021||spreadsheet Small Business Rate Relief Q2 2021 (257 KB)|
|January 2022||spreadsheet Small Business Rate Relief Q3 2022 (287 KB)|
|April 2022||spreadsheet Small Business Rate Relief Q4 2022 (276 KB)|
New accounts per quarter
This list includes all properties where the ratepayer became liable from a date in the previous quarter. For example, the data published in July will include properties where the ratepayer became liable in April, May or June. The data includes the liability start date.
|July 2021||spreadsheet New accounts Q1 2021 (10 KB)|
|October 2021||spreadsheet New accounts Q2 2021 (12 KB)|
|January 2022||spreadsheet New accounts Q3 2022 (17 KB)|
|April 2022||spreadsheet New accounts Q4 2022 (18 KB)|
NDR Write Ons over £5
Malvern Hills District Council will no longer publish information relating to outstanding credits on Business Rates accounts following a decision notice issued by the Information Commissioners Office. We believe that this information is exempt under Section 31(1)(a) of the Freedom of Information Act. This exemption applies because the release of this information would prejudice the prevention or detection of crime. Due to limited means of personal verification it is possible that credits could be claimed fraudulently and the council has therefore concluded that disclosure of this information into the public domain is no longer in the public interest.